the Danes shower the hopes of the Blues and achieve an unprecedented hat-trick

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Live hosted by Denis Ménétier, Aude Lasjaunias and Jérôme Porier (Stockholm, special correspondent)

Welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to the final of the 2023 men’s handball world championship, between France and Denmark.

What ? Six years after their last coronation, the Blues will try to afford the seventh world crown in their history. The evening poster, against Denmark, is the reissue of the final of the Tokyo Olympics in the summer of 2021, which saw Guillaume Gille’s men win gold. Beyond a spirit of revenge, the Scandinavians will also be keen to achieve an unprecedented feat until then: win three Worlds in a row, after their coronations in 2019 and 2021.

Where ? At the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.

When ? Sunday, January 29, at 9 p.m.

On which channels? TF1 and BeIN Sports 1.

Who live? Aude Lasjaunias and Denis Menetrier, live from the Arena d’Austerlitz; Jérôme Porier, in the Stockholm stands.

France : Charles Bolzinger (l.), Rémi Desbonnet (l.), Vincent Gérard (l.), Kentin Mahé, Nedim Remili, Thibaud Briet, Nikola Karabatic, Romain Lagarde, Elohim Prandi, Dika Mem, Melvyn Richardson, Ludovic Fabregas, Luka Karabatic , Nicolas Tournat, Mathieu Grébille, Dylan Nahi, Yanis Lenne, Valentin Porte.

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Coach: Guillaume Gilles.

Denmark : Emil M. Jakobsen, Hans Lindberg, Henrik Mollgaard Jensen, Jacob Tandrup Holm, Johan A Plogv Hansen, Kevin Moller (left), Lukas Lindhard Jorgensen, Mads Mensah Larsen, Magnus Landin Jacobsen, Magnus Saugstrup Jensen, Mathias Gidsel, Michael Damgaard Nielsen , Mikkel Hansen, Niclas Vest Kirkelokke, Niklas Landin Jacobsen (left), Rasmus Lauge Schmidt, Simon Hald Jensen, Simon Bogetoft Pytlick.

Coach: Nikolaj Bredahl Jacobsen.

What we probably won’t talk about? From Thomas D’Orazio, 51, who created a global buzz by leaving his family WhatsApp group.

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